World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Duke University today announced a $25 million gift from Jeff and Laurie Ubben. Of the total, $20 million will support WWF’s wildlife conservation programs, and $5 million will support environmental research and education at Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment.
Go·Grow·Give and Duke Forever Learning The Nicholas School is making a proactive effort to improve and increase professional development opportunities for alumni as part of our alumni engagement program Go·Grow·Give. Our goal is to provide you with valuable, timely information that will help you excel in your career, in addition to […]
Earlier this year, the Nicholas School invited 12 new students to represent the Nicholas Scholars Program — now in its second year. The prestigious scholarship award recognizes the elite group of students that exemplify the School’s most valued traits: academic excellence, diverse life experiences and perspectives, and environmental leadership potential. The emerging […]
Three Nicholas School Alums, Max Leung PhD ’12, Ben Landis MEM’09, and Neil Matouka MEM’15, have joined forces to create a Duke Environment alumni group in the Sacramento, California area. The emerging group, dubbed the “Duke Environment Club of Sacramento”, aims to foster a network where alumni can stay connected, […]